C-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament
About this tournament
AM payouts % will be 100% minimum.
Pay to play is in effect at Hudson Mills all players will be responsible for these fees.
Proof of current PDGA membership is the responsibility of the player to supply. there is a 10 temp fee for non current PDGA members. PDGA membership will be verified by your PDGA membership card or receipt showing previous payment.
5$ optional ace pool.
Final year of the jester trophies there will be 10 available to be dispersed based on attendance and division size.
The AM's will receive payouts based on paid attendance. 100% minimum, over 40 AM's players 110%, over 80 AM's 125% over 125 AM's 150%.
The applicable percentage is based on after deductions dollars: $30 entry fee less $10 for the player pack, less $2 for the PDGA, less any trophies awarded to a division.
So if no trophy the net payout would be $18 at 110% that would be $19.2 per player, $22.5 at 125%, and $27 at 150%.
Money added to the PRO purse is also possible based on sponsors participation and total event participation.
NO MDGO berths are being awarded at this event as this is not a FE.
All PRO divisions will be playing long tees to short baskets
AM1 men will play the same as the PRO's
everybody else will be playing short tees to short baskets.
Note the cafeteria at hudson mills will not be open so bring food or plan on hitting places like CJ's. I do not know if Dexter Pickney road is open (after the tornado a few weeks ago) so going into dexter may be very difficult.
Keep in mind if we hit or get close to the 180 cap registration for cashless pre reg will hold your spot until 830 AM at that point all non registered players will take whatever spots might be left. less
William Gilbert April 1, 2012 at 4:29am
For clarificaion on my prior post on small divisions. no Jr's in a small division as in the past they have needed extremely close monitoring to the extent of sending an official to enforce rules and watch over them. Juniors can play and will be treated outside the normal payout structures. PRO's can play in a 1 person division as they can play with the other MPO's if needed and don't need to be watched, but no cash is likely to be added to single person divisions. Yes we ... more
For clarificaion on my prior post on small divisions. no Jr's in a small division as in the past they have needed extremely close monitoring to the extent of sending an official to enforce rules and watch over them. Juniors can play and will be treated outside the normal payout structures. PRO's can play in a 1 person division as they can play with the other MPO's if needed and don't need to be watched, but no cash is likely to be added to single person divisions. Yes we do hope to add some cash for the PRO's it may be peanuts but it there should be some. might only be $50 but some is better then nothing i hope. Added cash is based on total event turnout.
Roger F. Brundage March 31, 2012 at 9:23pm
I would like to be moved to----SENIOR grandmaster and if that does not float-------Grandmaster. Thanks. Roger B.
Brian Parsons March 31, 2012 at 9:06pm
Brian Parsons MPO 18163
Andrea Parsons Adv Wom. 40033
Fred Vocino March 31, 2012 at 4:46pm
I am accustomed to playing out of my age-group, but I always register as GrandMasters and hope for others. Thanks for the flexibility. Rob, I count you as number three, if you will.
Bill "El Nueve" Chapman March 30, 2012 at 7:10pm
Please move Bill Chapman from Am3 to Am2. Thanks.
Josh Tesch March 29, 2012 at 4:51pm
Josh Tesch , Luke landrum -recreational. no PDGA numbers